UPDATE 4/7/2014 4:40 PM
A woman arrested for having meth is sentenced to prison.
Prosecutors say Stephanie McIntyre-Eldred is sentenced to prison for 2 to 10 years.
She pleaded guilty in February to attempting to operate a meth lab.
Investigators say she was a major supplier in the area.
UPDATE 2/3/2014 5:20 PM
A major meth supplier - according to police - pleaded guilty Monday.
Parkersburg Police arrested Stephanie McIntyre-Eldred at her Pike Street home on May 3 of last year.
She was arrested on a felony warrant for delivery of meth.
According to the Wood County Prosecutor's office she pleaded guilty to attempting to operate a meth lab.
Police say she was a major supplier of meth in the Parkersburg area.
A Parkersburg woman is arrested.
Stephanie McIntyre-Eldred was arrested at her home on Pike Street in Parkersburg around 5 yesterday evening.
She was arrested on a felony warrant for delivery of Methamphetamine, stemming from a controlled purchase made by Parkersburg Narcotics Task Force Agents.
While in the home, agents saw items commonly used in the manufacturing of meth.
They got a search warrant and found even more items, including reaction vessels, Pseudoephedrine boxes, tubing and needles.
She was then charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab - a felony.
She was unable to post her $150,000 bond.
She is in the Wood County Holding Facility.
Police say she was a major supplier and manufacturer of meth in the Parkersburg area.